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Mount Kemukus in Indonesia is home to an astonishing Islamic ritual. Every year thousands of devout Muslims arrive to have sex at the holy site in the belief it brings wealth and good fortune.
After 26 years of rebel conflict and the legacy of a devastating tsunami, Islamic fundamentalism is the new force gripping the residents of Aceh. This report gets rare access to the sharia enforcers of Indonesia.
More than 10 million people visit Bali each year, almost three times its local population. It is a huge stress on its resources, but with tourism so important to its economy, how can the competing demands be met?
The violent fight for West Papuan independence from Indonesia is one of the least reported conflicts in the world. With exceptional access, this report delves into the secretive maelstrom gripping the island.
Indonesia is in the grip of election fever. One candidate represents a way out of the mire of corruption that characterises politics here, the other is a potent symbol of the old. And they're both claiming victory.
When Andrew Miners first arrived in the Indonesian island village Babitim he was struck by two things: the tropical paradise surrounding him, and the corpses of the mutilated sharks strewn around the beach.
Development and poaching have made Indonesia's Sumatran tigers critically endangered. And now Java's Surabaya Zoo, once thought to be a vital sanctuary, has become a squalid hell-hole for its inhabitants.